Currently, GTL-based ods graphics does not have options to control 3D axis ranges.
Depending on your usage, you could overlay the two surfaces and use datatransparency= to help view two surfaces if they overlap. Using surfaceType=wireframe would be the other way to view both surfaces inside the same overlay3D layout.
Thank you, Prashant. I'll consider putting it on the ballot.
Re: proc G3D. In documentation it says that proc G3D allows specifying axes via the vaxis=, xaxis, and yaxis= options. It seems not working... I was able to change the overall appearance of the axes with the goptions statement but could not apply the axis1, axis2, axis3 statements (vaxis=axis1 xaxis=axis2 yaxis=axis3 had no effect).
Is there something that I should know about vaxis=, xaxis=, and yaxis= options when used in proc G3D?
If you are creating surface plots, and you are running on a Windows system, I would highly recommend that you use the ACTIVEX or ACTXIMG devices with PROC G3D. The surfaces will look very nice, and you have a choice of surface style, anything from wireframe to smooth gradients. You can even project a contour above or below the surface. If you have any questions about the options to make that happen, just post your question here and I'll post the available options.
Here is a little example:
ods html file="lake.html";
proc g3d data=sashelp.lake;
plot length*width=depth / contour=1 style=4;
ods html close;
Some options for you to try are the following:
1. style -- 1=one-color smooth (default), 2=wireframe, 3=filled levels, 4=smooth filled levels.
2. contour -- 1=bottom, 2=top -- works best with style=4
3. xytype -- 1=surface grid lines run parallel with the X axis, 2=surface grid lines run parallel with the Y axis, 3=grid lines in both directions.
You can also use the goptions colors=() list to control the number of color levels shown in style 3 and 4 surfaces.